Apparatus looks to Wiener Werkstätte for 2017 furniture and lighting collection

New York design studio Apparatus references an early 20th-century Viennese art movement with its latest offerings: tables with resin bases and ribbed porcelain lamps, which were unveiled at the Collective Design fair.

Co-founders Gabriel Hendifar and Jeremy Anderson debuted the collection during Milan design week in April, then presented it in full at the fair in New York earlier this month.

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New York design studio Apparatus references an early 20th-century Viennese art movement with its latest offerings: tables with resin bases and ribbed porcelain lamps, which were unveiled at the Collective Design fair. Co-founders Gabriel Hendifar and Jeremy Anderson debuted the collection during Milan design week in April, then presented it in full at the fair in New York earlier…

[Reblogged] via Apparatus looks to Wiener Werkstätte for 2017 furniture and lighting collection — Dezeen

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